※ Please use contact lenses correctly to protect your eyes.
Preparation before use
1. Please understand how to use and strictly follow the instruction manual or instructions given by the doctor for proper contact lenses care before use
2. Check the contents written on the outer packaging if the contact lenses prescription of both eyes is different.
Remove the contact lenses from the package and rinse thoroughly with saline solution.
Place the contact lenses on the index finger of the right hand and check that the contact lenses are not inverted. Lower the bottom eyelid with the end of the middle finger and lift the upper eyelid with the other index finger to enlarge the eye.
Look in the mirror and slowly stick the contact lenses close to the cornea. Do not close both eyes at this time.
When the contact lenses are correctly attached to the cornea, slowly remove your finger from the eyelids.
Contact lenses will come to the center if you keep your eyes closed.
Check if the contact lenses are comfortable and the contact lenses are not folded. Also, check if the contact lenses do not move too much as the eyes blink.
Look at the mirror and check the position of contact lenses.
Put the fingers of the left hand on the upper eyelid to lift upward and open the lower eyelid downwards with the middle finger of the right hand. Lightly grasp the bottom of the contact lenses with the thumb and index finger of the right hand and pull it out.
How to store
Remove the contact lenses from the eyeball and wash it with soft contact lenses cleaning solution, rinse with saline solution and store it in the contact lenses case filled with appropriate preservative solution.
Dispose of after use if it is one-time use contact lenses.
It is recommended to use a dedicated storage solution when storing contact lenses.
How to manage
※ Eye diseases may occur if you do not manage contact lenses properly.
Store it properly to protect your eyes.
After wearing contact lenses, use a cleanser containing a surfactant suitable for contact lens material to wash light liquids with proteins and other foreign substances on the lens surface each time.
Use exclusive protein remover for soft contact lenses2-3 times a week to remove protein.
Precautions when using
If your eyes become red or irritated due to wearing contact lenses, remove the contact lenses immediately.
Avoid harmful and irritating steam and smoke while wearing contact lenses.
Contact an ophthalmologist and a specialist optician before wearing contact lenses during water activities or sports.
Consult with an ophthalmologist and a specialist optician about the continuous wearing of the contact lenses.
Do not use force on the contact lenses, and do not damage the contact lenses with your fingernails.
Cosmetics, lotions, soaps, creams, deodorants or sprays should not be in contact with the eyes or contact lenses. It is recommended to put the contact lenses on before putting makeup on.
Fingers with foreign substances should not be in touch with contact lenses. This could cause microscopic flaws on the contact lenses, which might result in changes in vision or damage to the eyes.
Carefully follow the instructions of your prescribed ophthalmologist and specialist optician.
Do not wear contact lenses after its expiration date.
Useaerosol products such as hairsprays carefully when using them while wearing the contact lenses and keep your eyes closed until the spray is fixed on your hair.
Always handle the contact lenses gently and be careful not to drop them.
Discard the contact lenses after the wearing time instructed by ophthalmologist and specialist optician.
Always consult with ophthalmologist and specialist optician before using eye drops.
Avoid wearing if you have an eye disease or severe allergy to contact lenses.
Use saline solutions, cleaners, preservatives, etc., produced by a specialized company and never use tap water or other defective products.
Never wear contact lenses worn by others.
Warning and Prohibition of Use
Prohibition of use
Acute and subacute inflammation or anterior chamber infection
Any ocular disease with abnormal conditions that affect the eye or the cornea, conjunctiva, or eyelids
Dry eye syndrome
When corneal perception is reduced
Systemic diseases that can affect the eyes or systemic diseases that can be exacerbated by wearing contact lenses
If the allergy is caused by wearing contact lenses or using contact lenses care solution
Bacterial, viral or fungal keratitis
Red eyes or irritated eyes
Ocular diseases caused by contact lenses and contact lenses care products can cause serious damage to your eyes. Read this manual thoroughly before use and follow the instructions in the manual.
There are reports that smokers have higher side effects than non-smokers.
Do not wear contact lenses while sleeping.
Stop wearing the contact lenses and consult with ophthalmologist or specialist optician if you feel irritable, have excessive lacrimation, vision changes, or eye redness when you wear the contact lenses.
The following side effects may occur rarely. In this case, stop wearing contact lenses immediately and consult with ophthalmologist or specialist optician.
Irritation, itching, redness or eye pain
Feel of a foreign substance or excessive lacrimation
Reduced vision or photosensitivity
Dry eye syndrome
※ Problems caused by consumer's carelessness cannot be compensated under the PL Act (Product Liability Act).